Ohio State the next stop for Layne

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Ohio State is not one of the six schools to offer Cleveland (Ohio) Benedictine 2016 wide receiver Justin Layne, but the rising junior hopes to add them to the list later this week.
"I know for sure I am going to Friday Night Lights," Layne said. "I am very excited and can't wait to get there and compete."
Ohio State's Friday Night Lights camp takes place this upcoming Friday. Although Layne does not hold an offer from the Buckeyes yet, he is in regular contact with their coaching staff.
"I talk to coach (Stan) Drayton and coach (Urban) Meyer every once in awhile. I actually talked to them today," Layne said. "It's basically about anything - the upcoming season, practices, two-a-days coming up. It's not really about the recruiting process.
"They really haven't talked too much about offering me. They've said they can't wait to see me and tell me just compete the best I can."
The last camp Layne attended was at Penn State, where he picked up an offer from the Nittany Lions.
"It was a great atmosphere," Layne said. "That offer means the most to me because I actually got out and competed in front of the coaches, then they offered me."
Other offers have come in from Michigan, Michigan State, Pittsburgh and West Virginia. He has no other summer campus visits planned, but expects to see college games in the fall.
"I think I am going to shut it down after the Ohio State camp, get ready for the season," Layne said. "I have to get to Penn State and Michigan (games). I want to get to all of them, honestly."
The 6-foot-2, 181-pound Layne is coming off a sophomore season in which he recorded 26 receptions, 12 of which went for touchdowns.
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